Media Day Through the Years
Super Bowl Media Day Over The Years
Reporters talk to Raiders defensive end John Matuszak at the New Orleans Airport Hilton in Kenner, La., before Super Bowl XV. Oakland defeated Philadelphia 27-10.
Bengals rookie Cris Collinsworth answers questions before Super Bowl XVI. The wide receiver would go on to catch five passes for 107 yards in a losing effort.
The media attempts to talk with Redskins running back John Riggins at Super Bowl XVIII Media Day in Tampa. The game turned into a nightmare for Riggins and his teammates, who lost to the Raiders, 38-9.
Joe Montana answers questions at Super Bowl XIX Media Day at Stanford Stadium. The 49ers defeated the Dolphins 38-16, led by Montana's 331 passing yards and three touchdowns.
Jim McMahon is the center of attention at Super Bowl XX Media Day in New Orleans. The Bears ran roughshod over the Patriots, 46-10, and McMahon finished the day with 12 completions for 256 yards.
Walter Payton and Calvin Thomas relax as they talk to reporters during Super Bowl XX Media Day.
Lawrence Taylor, the league leader in sacks (20.5), talks to reporters during Super Bowl XXI Media Day. The Giants defeated the Broncos 39-20.
A relaxed Doug Williams fields questions during Media Day for Super Bowl XXII in San Diego. The quarterback led the Redskins to a 42-10 victory over Denver.
Ricky Nattiel, Vance Johnson and Mark Jackson (aka - The Three Amigos) pose for a picture at Super Bowl XXII Media Day in San Diego. The Broncos were crushed by the Redskins, 42-10.
Ickey Woods (center) shows off his famous dance to reporters as his teammates join in on the fun. Woods ran for 79 yards in a 20-16 loss to the 49ers in Super Bowl XXIII.
Buffalo Bills players leave a grandstand cheering during Super Bowl XXV Media Day. They weren't cheering a few days later as they fell to the Giants, 20-19, before 73,813 fans at Tampa Stadium.
Redskins defensive end Charles Mann compares muscles with MTV's Julie Brown at Super Bowl XXVI Media Day in Minneapolis.
San Francisco cornerback Deion Sanders answers questions during Super Bowl XXIX Media Day in Miami. Prime Time had one interception in San Francisco's 49-26 victory over San Diego.
Brett Favre talks to reporters in his shades during Super Bowl XXXI Media Day. Favre threw for 246 yards and two touchdowns in Green Bay's 35-21 win over New England.
Supermodel and MTV reporter Rebecca Romijn interviews Broncos safety Tony Veland during Media Day for Super Bowl XXXII in San Diego.
Falcons cornerback Ray Buchanan sports a rhinestone dog collar during Media Day for Super Bowl XXXIII at Pro Player Stadium in Miami.
Titans running back Eddie George playfully chokes his quarterback, Steve McNair, during Media Day for Super Bowl XXXIV in Atlanta.
Members of the New York Giants play around on a tractor during Super Bowl XXXV Media Day in Tampa. The Giants wound up going home disappointed as they were beaten by the Ravens, 34-7.
Ray Lewis is filmed by Ravens teammate Anthony Poindexter during Super Bowl XXXV Media Day in Tampa.
Patriots Pro Bowl players Ty Law, Troy Brown, Lawyer Milloy and Tom Brady pose for during Media Day for Super Bowl XXXVI in New Orleans. The Pats defeated the Rams 20-17 a week before the Pro Bowl.
Oakland's Jerry Rice and Charles Woodson answer questions on Media Day for Super Bowl XXXVII in San Diego. The Raiders were crushed by the Buccaneers, 48-21.
Patriots defensive tackle Ethan Kelley watches Nickelodeon's Pick Boy dance during Media Day for Super Bowl XXXVIII in Houston.
Peyton Manning speaks to a lot of reporters during Media Day for Super Bowl XLI at Dolphin Stadium in Miami.
Giants defensive tackle Jay Alford picks up TV Azteca's Ines Gomez Mont during Media Day for Super Bowl XLII in Glendale, Ariz.
Patriots receiver Bam Childress dances a few steps with reporter Marisol Gonzalez during Super Bowl XLII Media Day.
TV analyst Deion Sanders interviews Cardinals wide receiver Larry Fitzgerald during Media Day for Super Bowl XLIII.
TV Azteca reporter Ines Sainz measures the bicep of Arizona Cardinals wide receiver Steve Breaston during Super Bowl XLIII Media Day.
Saints guard Na'Shan Goddard bench presses a reporter during media day for Super Bowl XLIV.
Clay Matthews was just one of many Packers and Steelers players to wear a Troy Polamalu wig for Media Day prior to Super Bowl XLV.
Giants Isiah Stanback and Selvish Capers dance for Televisa's Marisol Gonzalez during Media Day for Super Bowl XLVI in Indianapolis.
Ravens offensive lineman Antoine McClain plays rock, paper, scissors during Super Bowl XLVII Media Day in New Orleans.
Seahawks cornerback Richard Sherman takes a picture during Media Day for Super Bowl XLVIII at the Prudential Center in Newark, N.J.
A member of the media dressed as Waldo attends Media Day for Super Bowl XLVIII at the Prudential Center in Newark, N.J.
The New England Patriots participate in Super Bowl XLIX Media Day in Phoenix, Ariz.
A member of the media dressed as a Sea Gals cheerleader asks a question at Super Bowl XLIX Media Day in Phoenix, Ariz.
Panthers cornerback Josh Norman wears a lucha libre mask during Super Bowl 50 Opening Night media day in San Jose, Calif.
Broncos quarterback Peyton Manning answers questions leading into his final game during Super Bowl 50 Opening Night media day in San Jose, Calif.
Super Bowl XLIX Media Day has come and gone and among the things I learned is Rob Gronkowski considers himself the team's best dancer, Bill Belichick isn't a Katy Perry fan, Tom Brady is a Jay-Z guy and Marshawn Lynch was just there so he wouldn't be fined. As the absurdity continues to be dissected, check out our gallery looking back at past Media Days, starting in 1981 with John Matuszak. You may know him better as Sloth from The Goonies.
The Curious Case of Tom Crean's Soda
Poor Tom Crean. After early-season rumors that his job as Indiana men's basketball coach might be in jeopardy, he has the Hoosiers at No. 22 in the nation. Yet, he's still forced to worry about students stealing his Diet Coke.
50 Coolest Players in NFL History
BroBible is getting ready for the Super Bowl with its list of 50 coolest players in NFL History. Love the list but I would've made John Riggins Top 5 (he's ranked No. 13) for either his 1971 afro, 1973 mohawk or experience hunting big fish.
P.M. Lovely Lady of the Day
New York City's Most Expensive Apartment
Anyone have an extra $100.5 million and need a place to live?
I Really Want One Of These
Fashionable Bill Belichick
Gronk Reads Erotic Fiction He Inspired
Odds & Ends
Poor Tom Brady was once shoved into his high school locker ... This is as bad as a recruiting trip could go ... Deion Sanders' prep school will likely have its charter revoked ... A 2015 Super Bowl seating chart ... Guide to Super Bowl trash talking ... The biggest storylines of previous Super Bowls ... Ranking the Twitter accounts of all 30 NBA teams ... John Wall and Stephen Currywill play a strange version of HORSE during All-Star weekend ... 18 biggest Super Bowl fails ... Good news for bacon lovers ... I'm entertained by the Tom Petty-Sam Smith saga.
Most Halfcourt Underhand Hook Shot
Congrats to Buckets Blakes of the Harlem Globetrotters, who set the world record for most underhand halfcourt shots made in one minute.
Bad British NFL Commentary
It's called American football for a reason.
Cris Collinsworth: The College Years
Before he was an NFL analyst, Cris Collinsworth was a star receiver for the Bengals and Gators. Here's a look at a 1980 profile from the University of Florida. Also, Collinsworth turned 56 today.
Dog Saves Cat
Cat needs help from evil cup.